Iconic Dutch offers contemporary furniture, modern lighting, home accessories and outdoor products from well established Dutch design brands and independent Dutch designers.

We have built an exclusive collection from a select group of brands and designers to give you access to products you may not have seen elsewhere.

Brands and designers we are representing include Droog, Functionals, NgispeN, Lensvelt, Linteloo, Rietveld by Rietveld, Spectrum, Royal Tichelaar Makkum, Vij5, Weltevree, Christien Meindertsma, Roderick Vos and Scholten & Baijings. The full collections from each of the major brands and designers are available to order. If you find a product from one of our brands or designers which is not in our range, please contact us and we will make every effort to get it for you. We will regularly be adding more brands and products as well as news and updates, so keep checking.

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Droog 85 lamps

Dutch design has a strong emphasis on content and can be characterised as minimalist, expirimental, innovative, pragmatic and independent

Dutch design
The Netherlands were primarily known for graphic design until the 1980s, when the term Dutch Design started to come into popular use. The term came to be closely identified with a group of Dutch product designers who have gained international recognition, particularly from the 1990s onwards. These include Maarten Baas, Jurgen Bey, Richard Hutten, Hella Jongerius, Wieki Somers, Hester van Eeghen and Marcel Wanders, as well as internationally recognised design firms and collectives like Droog and Moooi. Dutch design has a strong emphasis on content and can be characterised as minimalist, experimental, innovative, pragmatic and independent.

Today a generation of Dutch designers is in search again of the aesthetic appeal of shape and finishes, and is now enjoying success. A change that has been underway in Dutch design for a few years now. The conceptual approach is still there but at the same time Dutch designers address shape again.

Swivel floor

Ngispen Divide

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